“We all have a good script and we’re all just waiting to be discovered.” L.A. native, Brendan Busse, S.J., finds something deeply human in the City of Angels.
Brendan Busse, SJ reflects on service and leadership in a sacramental church where invisible grace is made visible and impossible things possible.
A concert at Red Rocks leads Brendan Busse, SJ to wonder what would happen if we stopped liking mystics and musicians and started taking their advice.
With millions marching around the world — for life, liberty, and justice — Brendan Busse, SJ reflects on the importance of rest and renewal in the long walk to freedom.
Brendan Busse, SJ reflects on how the Christmas story isn’t all peace and pudding and on how deeply we need to hear it.
For some it’s nutmeg and cinnamon. For others it’s cigarettes and snow. Brendan Busse, SJ reflects on memories of half-smoked cigarettes and our need of a generous thanksgiving.
When a happily-ever-after wedding is followed by an unexpected death in the family, Brendan Busse, SJ discovers gratitude in grief and friends in our ‘faulty’ stars.
Brendan Busse, SJ suggests that you might learn something – the most important thing – before you know it.
“We can’t banish sadness without suffering it.” Brendan Busse, SJ examines personal and public grief.
What makes a Jesuit education Jesuit? Brendan Busse, SJ thinks it might have something to do with conversion.